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Legend of Zelda -> Gameboy Advance

Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by NeilMcRae, Feb 28, 2003.

  1. NeilMcRae

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    This is fantastic, SNES port of the same game but I never played the SNES version, lovely presentation and beautiful music. Looks awesome on the SP - recommended.

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    Candidate for best game ever - still have it on the Super Famicom :).
     
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    Just got my copy of Zelda for the Advance yesterday... that's it any chance of finding that new relationship I've been looking for will have to go on hold now until I play my way through this amazing game...

    Sharon

    PS. Read about the Advance SP, two days after buying a Advance with Afterburner fitted - typical
     
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    Sell it - the unsuspecting public still don't know about the SP ;) :D.

    Saying that, the GBA with Afterburner should be just as good if the install was done properly. I sold mine a few months ago.
     
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    In my view its not and my install is perfect on my after burner.

    The issue is the reflection of the light backinto the GBA, the SP
    handles this much better. Also the light seems to be better "tuned" the to the screen:

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    Seems to illustrate it a little, the trapezio issue is reduced on the GBA as is the light leakage seems better. Don't get me wrong afterburner was badly needed and it solved +the+ gameboys biggest bugbear but the nintendo solution is just more well engineered.

    Cheers,
    Neil.
     

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